The COVID-19 pandemic impacted on Q1 sales, dropping 6.4% to $2.3 billion. the Global Ceramic Segment saw a similar year-on-year decline in sales.
After posting growth in revenues and margins in 2019, the Mexican group Lamosa reported the first minus signs in its Q1 2020 results.
The world leading exhibition for the ceramic industry will be held in Bologna from 9 to 13 November. Title of the event: “The healthiness of ceramics for rethinking home design and architecture”.
Durst has started the production of “community masks” at its Demo Center located at the Brixen headquarters.
The Italian ceramic industry, considered a sector of “strategic importance as it is strongly export-oriented” has been given the go-ahead to resume production activities as of 27 April.
The first batches will be donated to the Red Cross and to hospitals in Bergamo and Sassuolo, before starting the sale to private companies
Inter Ser has carried out numerous concrete actions to continue its operations during the emergency
In collaboration with Acimac, on this page we are publishing a summary of the main daily economic news items concerning the measures taken in countries around the world to respond to the Covid-19 crisis.
Orders were almost halved in April. ANFFECC calls for urgent economic measures to guarantee liquidity for businesses
The Scandiano-based company is part of the team that enabled ventilator production to be increased by 150% in response to the Covid-19 emergency.
Confindustria Ceramica and the trade unions have already signed a protocol to guarantee the resumption of ceramic production in complete safety. Industrialists call for factories to be reopened as soon as possible.
A new report from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) reveals the immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on architecture firms in the U.S.